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Voting Matters

Michael A. Hardy | Posted 03.08.2014 | Politics
Michael A. Hardy

If the nation does not turn the corner and return economic promise to most of its citizens, the divide between the haves and have not, will grow and bring with it the type of unrest that comes with dissatisfaction.

Do the Poor Have a Voice?

Jeffrey P. Colin | Posted 11.30.2012 | Impact
Jeffrey P. Colin

The majority of people moving to Las Cruces are not moving here for the same reason that one might move from the Hamptons to Florida. The affluent are not flowing here for picturesque coastal views and year-round subtropical weather.

Time to Clear the Air: Wind Works

Javier Sierra | Posted 09.05.2012 | Green
Javier Sierra

Polluters like Big Coal are in desperate need of this dishonest help from their allies in Congress because, as it turns out, the coal industry is hitting strong head winds.

Hispanic Green Leadership Is Restoring America's Jobs, Economy and Environment

Bill Roth | Posted 06.04.2012 | Latino Voices
Bill Roth

The Hispanic community's 50 million citizens now represents over 16% of the U.S. population. Hispanic consumers have over $1 trillion of annual buying power.

The Gift Of Good Health

Javier Sierra | Posted 03.18.2012 | Latino Voices
Javier Sierra

According to a LULAC study, almost 30 percent of Hispanics live dangerously close to a coal-fired plant.

The Hispanic Community Has Many Voices: Are Our Leaders Listening?

Miguel Ferrer | Posted 12.23.2011 | Latino Voices
Miguel Ferrer

There is no "one" Hispanic voice; there are many and they are aggressively expressing this multi-varied identity via online networks. The notion of a monolithic Hispanic "voting block" is obsolete and irrelevant.